The 22th International Conference on Money, Banking and Finance 2013 is jointly promoted by LUISS “Guido Carli” University, “Sapienza” University of Rome, “Tor Vergata” University of Rome, University of Rome 3, LUMSA and IASFE. The event will take place December 12 – 13, 2013 in Rome, Italy.
Theoretical and empirical research on financial markets and the banking system, with special focus on the interaction among economic agents, market rules and institutions, appears of foremost importance in the aftermath of the global financial crisis.
In the last twenty years the abundance of liquidity at world level has led several times to the creation of growing trends in asset, currency or commodity prices which led to subsequent sharp falls and financial crises with serious consequences on the real sector, GDP growth and employment.
Recovery from financial crises, especially the last one in countries most hit by failures of financial intermediaries, required huge increases in public expenditure and government debts with serious consequences for tax payers.
The observation of the dynamics of the last global financial crisis, with its causes and consequences therefore urges a thorough reflection on several dimensions. Such dimensions include asset pricing models, behavioral finance, the effect of the behavior of large players on systemic risk, the role of financial education, the reform and design or supranational financial regulatory authorities, the role of capital requirement ratios.
New research contributions on all these issues will be presented and discussed in-depth in the Conference whose 22nd edition probably comes at the time of he greatest challenges ever faced by the economic and financial system.
- Financial Reforms, Regulation and Supervision
- Financial Stability
- Theory and Empirics of Financial Crises
- International Finance
- Securities markets
- Monetary Policy and Central Banking
- Public Debt Management
- Financial Education
- Microfinance and Economic Development
- Corporate Finance
- Finance and Ethics
- Asset Pricing
- Monetary Theory
- Financial and Credit Derivatives
- Young Economists Session
- Charles Goodhart (LSE)
- Elena Carletti (European University Institute)
- Sayuri Shirai (Bank of Japan)
Call for Papers
Paper submissions targeting the topics outlined above should be sent in electronic format and received by September 15, 2013, ref: XXII International Conference on Money, Banking and Finance. Accepted papers will be selected by October 15. Further organizational details (including payment forms and preferred hotel rates) will be provided at this stage.
The conference welcomes contributions by young economists and PhD Students. Special awards will be granted by the Organizing Committee to the best papers presented at the Conference.